Three articles and reviews in the September 2022 issue of Print Quarterly may be of interest to CODART members for their material relating to Dutch and Flemish artists and the wider activities of the region.
A major review from Jeroen Luyckx explores the entire De Jode dynasty, whose works have been catalogued by Marjolein Leesberg in ten volumes as part of The New Hollstein Dutch & Flemish series. This immense task included a total of 2,917 prints, separated according to each family member from Gerard (1516/17–1591) and Cornelis de Jode (1571–1600) to Arnold de Jode (1638–ca. 1669).
James Grantham Turner’s short article on the portraits of Baldassare Peruzzi mentions Gijsbert van Veen’s engraving The Marriage of Isaac and Rebecca (1599 or later) in relation to one of its source materials.
Inge Misschaert has contributed a brief analysis of the much-copied Map of the Battle of Waterloo (1815) by Belgian architect and engraver Pierre-Jacques Goetghebuer. The article elaborates on the production history of Goetghebuer’s map and its context alongside other adventurous competitors seeking to illustrate the famous battle in its immediate aftermath.
Finally, Martin Hopkinson has reviewed Noir & Blanc: La gravure belge et néerlandaise en Italie au début du XXe siècle, the proceedings of a conference held in 2018 in Rome at the Academia Belgica and the Koninklijk Nederlands Instituut. He notes that it offers ‘fine coverage of the salient features of the most important scholarly contributions over the last 30 years on Belgian and Dutch printmaking in Italy in the early twentieth century’ among other praiseworthy points of interest regarding this long overdue topic of discussion.
A Poetic Prognostication by Giulio Campagnola and its Relationship to his Astrologer by IRENE BROOKE
Franz Anton Maulbertsch, Jakob Matthias Schmutzer and the Allegory on the Edict of Toleration, 1785 by TOMÁŠ VALEŠ
What is an Original Print? The Evolution of a Definition by DEBORA WOOD
Portraits of Baldassare Peruzzi: Prints before Drawings by JAMES GRANTHAM TURNER
Sébastien Leclerc’s Preparatory Drawing for the View of the Hall of Mirrors (1684): A Reassessment by ANTOINE GALLAY
Early Northern Prints in the Uffizi by ARMIN KUNZ
Federico Barocci’s Annunciation to the Virgin by MARZIA FAIETTI
Women Artists in Early Modern Bologna by IRENE GRAZIANI
Battle Engravings for the Emperors of China by JEAN MICHEL MASSING
Thomas Gainsborough in London by ANNE LYLES
Utamaro and the Spectacle of Beauty by ADAM HALIBURTON
The Waterloo Map of Pierre-Jacques Goetghebuer by INGE MISSCHAERT
The Reception of Raphael (Raffael: Wirkung eines Genies) by F. CARLO SCHMID
The Fruitful Encounter Between Engraving and Photography (Contacts – Photographie – Gravure: Jeux et Enjeux) by FRANCESCA MARIA BONETTI
Pierre Gatier (1878–1944) by MARTIN HOPKINSON
Belgian and Netherlandish Printmaking in Early Twentieth-Century Italy by MARTIN HOPKINSON
Mary Cassatt in the Lunder Collection (Inside Out: The Prints of Mary Cassatt) by NIGEL IP
Private Lives in the Art of the Nabis by BELINDA THOMSON
Ambroise Vollard (1866–1939), Henri Marie Petiet (1894–1980) and Printmaking in France (Edition limitée: Vollard, Petiet et l’estampe de maîtres) by FLEUR ROOS ROSA DE CARVALHO
German World War I Print Cycles (Mich schaudert dieses Krieges: Die graphischen Zyklen zum Ersten Weltkrieg) by JÜRGEN DÖRING
Collecting Prints, Posters and Ephemera by NAOKO TAKAHATAKE
Galleria del Cavallino by MARTIN HOPKINSON
Ponirin Amin’s On Your Lonely Stage and Printmaking in Malaysia by SAFRIZAL SHAHIR
Obituary for Pat Gilmour (1931–2021) by STEPHEN COPPEL
Obituary for Hubert Prouté (1922–2022) by ALAN N. STONE
Correction and Addendum
Catalogue and Book Reviews
Albrecht Altdorfer Innovation (Albrecht Altdorfer: Maître de la Renaissance allemande) by SUZANNE KARR SCHMIDT
The De Jode Dynasty by JEROEN LUYCKX 350
You Can Be Sure of Shell (Shell Art & Advertising) by TERI J. EDELSTEIN
Sol LeWitt (Strict Beauty: Sol LeWitt Prints) by ANDREW BICK
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